WHEN YOU GOTTA GO .... TOILET TRAINING WORKSHOP
Toilet training a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can often be more complicated than training a typically developing child. Each of the three main components of autism – social impairments, communication deficits, and restricted interests/repetitive behaviors – can interfere with the process. This workshop covers the methodologies of toilet training children on the autism spectrum.
Parents and Caregivers will learn the following strategies:
- Recognizing toileting readiness and prerequisite skills
- Preparing needed materials
- Conducting the various types of toilet training methods
- Collecting and interpreting data
- Reinforcement, and troubleshooting
DOWNLOAD SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
- Toilet Training Slides 2 25 21
- Toilet Training Ref 1 Data Sheet
- Toilet Training Ref 2 Reinforce Inventory
- Toilet Training Ref 3 Reinforce Severe Disable
SPEAKER - Jessica Campagna • Summit Educational Service Center
Jessica Campagna is a behavior specialist for the Summit Educational Service Center. She has held this position for 8 years. She received her bachelor’s in psychology from Baldwin-Wallace College, and her master’s in behavior analysis and therapy from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Jessica has been working with children on the autism spectrum for 17 years in home, school, clinic, and community based settings. Additionally, Jessica provides behavioral consultation services for students with other special needs, and for those in the regular education setting. She also serves teachers, related service providers, and other school personnel, providing staff development training opportunities.